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Bristow Helicopters sacks 100 pilots, engineers

The management of Bristow Helicopters Limited has announced the company’s decision to lay off about 100 pilots and engineers (both nationals and expatriates) in the next couple

Stamp Duty: NIPOST, FIRS engage in tweet war

The imbroglio between Nigeria Postal Service (NIPOST) and the Federal Inland Revenue Services (FIRS) over jurisdiction in respect of stamp duty collection worsened on Tuesday.Director

Updated: We are not leaving Nigeria, Shoprite debunks exit rumour

Supermarket retailer, Shoprite, has clarified that it is not leaving Nigeria but rather expanding its business in the country.The South African retailer in a memo

Air Peace sacks over 70 pilots

A Nigerian Air Peace has sacked over 70 pilots across its fleet types as the negative impact of COVID-19 pandemic continues to take a huge

British Airways Pilots Accept 20% Pay Cut

British Airways pilots have overwhelmingly voted to accept a deal cutting wages by 20 per cent with 270 jobs lost, according to aviation union BALPA.The

CRR: CBN holds N900b customers’ deposits with banks

 The Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN) has been holding on to N900 billion of lenders’ deposits as Cash Reserve Ration (CRR) since January.By the CRR

Zenith Bank ranked number one in Nigeria by Tier-1 Capital

 Zenith Bank Plc has emerged as the number one bank in Nigeria by Tier-1 Capital in the 2020 Top 1000 World Banks Ranking published by

Transcorp Hotels gets shareholders’ approval to float N10bn rights issue

  Shareholders of Transcorp Hotels Plc, owners of the iconic Transcorp Hilton Abuja and Transcorp Hotels Calabar, have unanimously authorised the Board of Directors to raise

BUA, Dangote exchange hot words as battle rages over Edo mining sites

 BUA Group has described the publication of Dangote Group, where it stated that BUA misinterpreted the fact about a pending court case, as untrue and

Dangote puts Nigeria on the world map

 Dangote Cement has put Nigeria on the world map with the exportation of 27,800 metric tonnes of clinker to a neighbouring African country, reaffirming its